byCrawford, Charles Wann, 1931-; Kearney, Joe, -1983; Morgan, Chester M.; Vancil, Paul; Laney, Carol; Wasser, Barbara; Memphis State University. Oral History Research Office
NOTE: Interviews with Mr. Joe Kearney, an African American Memphian, who lived to be over 100 years old. NOTE: Transcription on a portion of the program of Joe Kearney funeral This is the Oral History Research Office of Memphis State University. This project is "The Joe Kearney Project". The place is Memphis, Tennessee. The dates are November 18, 1976 and February 8 and 14, 1977. The interview is with Joe Kearney. The interview is by Dr. Charles W. Crawford, Director of the Memphis... Topics: Kearney, Joe, African Americans -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- Biography, African Americans --...
byHuff, Josephine; Williams, Richard H.; Williams, Richard H., Mrs.; Memphis State University. Oral History Research Office
ADD TITLE: Viewpoints of Memphis past, present and future This is the Oral History Research Office of Memphis State University. The project is "Richard H. Williams, Jr. and Carolyn E. Williams: Viewpoints of Memphis, Past Present and Future". The date is April 23, 1988. The place is Memphis, Tennessee. The interview is with Mr. Richard Williams. Also present is his wife, Mrs. Richard H. Williams (Carolyn). The interview is by Josephine J. Huff, student of the Memphis State Oral... Topics: Memphis (Tenn.) -- History, Memphis (Tenn.) -- Race relations, African Americans -- Tennessee --...